Icelandic Art Prize: 2022 Visual Artists of the Year, Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson for the exhibition, Visitations (at Akureyri Art Museum, 25th September 2021 – January 16th 2022).

Myndlistarsjóður – undirbúningsstyrkur fyrir yfirlitssýningu í Gerðarsafni 2020

Myndstef – In Context residency. 2019

Icelandic Research Fund (Rannis). A major three-year research  project Visitations: Polar Bears Out of Place. This Snæbjörnsdóttir/ Wilson-led interdisciplinary project also involves researchers from the fields of anthropology, folklore and art history.

VR – Swedish Science Council research grant as part of the collaborative art & science project Beyond Plant Blindness.  Jan. 2015 – Dec. 2018

Launasjóður Myndlistarmanna, Iceland 2016(Snæbjörnsdóttir 12 months)

Muggur, Reykjavík, Iceland, 2015

Launasjóður Myndlistarmanna, Iceland 2014(Snæbjörnsdóttir 6 months)

KU – Valand Academy, research award, 2014

Icelandic Art Centre, 2013

KU – Gothenburg University, 2012

Art Council England, 2010

KU Gothenburg University, 2010

Long-listed for the Northern Art Prize, 2009

Henry Moore Foundation, 2008

Arnulfska Foundation, Sweden, 2007

Icelandic Ministry of culture, 2007

Art Council England, 2007

Reykjavik Art Festival, 2006

Art Council of England, Research award, 2006

British Council award, 2006

City of Reykjavik, Culture Committee, 2005

Cumbria Institute of the Arts Research Award, 2004

Nominated for Paul Hamlyn Award, 2003

Henry Moore Foundation, award 2003

ACE national touring, major award, 2003

Arts and Business award 2003

SAC, assistant grant for “nanoq – flat out and bluesome”, 2003

English Arts Council’s International Fellowship at  VCA Melbourne Australia & Ruskin School of Drawing, 2002

North West Arts, small assistance grant, 2002

The VISUAL ARTS AWARD, Scottish Arts Council 2001